Frederick advances 21st-century learning through technology and student focused instruction with the support of dedicated teachers and staff. Students can earn 58 college credits through CU Succeed, concurrent enrollment, and Advanced Placement classes. Home to the Biomedical Sciences Academy, which partners with Colorado State University, FHS also houses the district’s second P-TECH (Pathways in Technology Early College High School) program in which students earn an associate degree through AIMS Community College at no cost to the student. FHS offers 18 competitive varsity sports programs and 27 after-school activities. Students also participate in state and nationally recognized art, music, and performing arts programs.
The Frederick High School Community creates and embodies a spirit of integrity, collaboration and acceptance. Our relationships foster a commitment to high expectations, rigor and achievement in all pursuits. Building on a foundation of trust, honor and compassion, we learn, lead and succeed.
Instructional Focus Areas
Through a partnership with the University of Colorado at Denver, FHS students have the opportunity to take college courses on our own campus, earning high school and college credit concurrently. Frederick High School also offers a four-year Bio Medical Science Academy, in which students explore the roles of biomedical professionals, engage in real-world cases, and design solutions to today and tomorrow’s most pressing health challenges.
School Leadership Team
- Partnering with the University of Colorado at Denver provides our students the opportunity to earn up to 53 transferable CU credits (equivalent of nearly two full years of college)
- Bio Medical Science program that prepares students for fields of study and career paths including Clinical Medicine, Biomedical Engineering, Public Health and Medical Diagnostics.
- A STEM program featuring Interactive Media and Information Technology – threads of study include Java programming, Video Production, Digital Art, Graphic Design and Music Technology
- Home to the District’s most modern high school facility: a state-of-the-art, $40 million LEED Certified campus.
- Seventeen varsity athletic programs, and comprehensive Fine Arts programming including instrumental music, choral music and theater.
- A school culture and programming dedicated to partnerships, interpersonal relationships and student well-being
College Prep Programs with College Credit Options
- Advanced Placement: 17 weighted grade courses
- CU Succeed Program: 16 CU courses worth 53 credits
- Honors: 8 weighted grade courses
- Front Range Post Secondary College Credit Transfer: 4 courses worth 12 credits
1,000 students in grades 9-12
State of Colorado and Colorado Department of Education Certificate of Accreditation